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Title: Navy—Purpose

Action: The background is a fleet of naval ships. The following selection from Title 10, USC, is shown in the middle of the screen:

To organize, train, and equip Naval forces for the conduct of prompt and sustained combat operations at sea,...

Voice: The Navy’s Title 10 purpose is to prepare for and conduct combat operations at sea. Naval forces are trained to arrive first on the scene, take control of a situation, then fight and win.

Action: On the left, the cover of …From the Sea is shown. On the right, the following text is shown:

Critical Operational Capabilities

Voice: The Navy has articulated its vision for achieving its purpose in the From the Sea… and Forward…From the Sea series of publications. Although employed extensively in traditional deterrence roles and in military operations other than war, the Navy’s primary mission is warfighting, accomplished through battlespace dominance and power projection. Air and space forces are an integral part of all of these critical operational capabilities.

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